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Offline Blue70

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Re: Would you call this a Right touch of the Irish.
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday 10 January 18 23:02 GMT (UK) »
A rare surname in Ireland if you do the search on Irish Ancestors:-

https://www.johngrenham.com/


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Re: Would you call this a Right touch of the Irish.
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 11 January 18 07:27 GMT (UK) »
Viktoria reply #2. How could you forget the lovely Kitty O'Shea?

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Re: Would you call this a Right touch of the Irish.
« Reply #11 on: Thursday 11 January 18 07:37 GMT (UK) »
Brickwall, I trust you're not advocating throwing stones at children in orphanages or anywhere else?  :o Tut! The mothers of some may have had stones thrown at them.
It was said about that other great 19th century Irish leader, Daniel O'Connell that you couldn't throw a stone over a workhouse wall in Ireland without hitting one of his children. He repented later in life. He killed a man in a duel.

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Re: Would you call this a Right touch of the Irish.
« Reply #12 on: Thursday 11 January 18 09:13 GMT (UK) »
Hello again J,

As you can see it doesn't take much for us to digress on here  :)

Going back to your first post, there doesn’t seem to be a place called Cahill in Tipperary.
Is it Cahir or Cashell perhaps?

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